Lumma Design Enhances BMW X7October 20, 2019
Lumma Design introduced the aggressive widebody kit, which is being developed for the latest BMW X7.
The package, called the CLR X7, consists of an upgraded front bumper, which is much more aggressive than any factory X7. In addition to it, Lumma also darkened the controversial grille, which certainly helps to harmonize with the rest of the design, and not stand out with a chrome finish.
Moving from the front of the body, one cannot fail to mention the extended arches of the front and rear wheels, which became 50 mm wider on each side. This gives the CLR X7 an impressive new look and helps place 24×10-inch wheels in front and 24×13-inch in the rear, wrapped in 295 mm and 355 mm tires respectively. By the way, the latter have the same width as the rear tires of the Bugatti Chiron.
The tuning company also worked with the rear of the luxury SUV and custom-designed the exhaust system, added a small roof spoiler and repeating on the tailgate, and equipped the X7 with a bold rear diffuser. Lumma claims the two spoilers actually work, helping to reduce lift above the rear axle.
As for the interior, it can be customized to the taste of the owner, and the company says that it can satisfy any request from the “elegant VIP-salon” to the “cabin with the atmosphere of motorsport.”
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